A small update to Snuffler this time around, though bigger things are already in the pipeline for the future. This time sees the addition of an import for files generated by the new Frobisher TAR-3 earth resistance meter. Low cost options such as this are the way that community archaeology groups get started with geophysics, so it is always nice to see new options on that front. I haven't used the new hardware myself, so I can't comment further on it, but I wish them all the best in their new endeavour.
You can download the new version at the usual place.
This blog has been fairly quiet as I have been working on some big new projects and finishing work already reported on here, which you will hear about later. In the mean time, here is a picture from the Severn Sisters, where the National Trust are running an archaeological project this year. This is from Bailey's Hill, where some possible Bronze Age remains are due to be excavated in August. If you would like to get involved, you can!